Re: Override changes standard -> optional
> The vast majority of Debian installations don't use LDAP NSS maps,
> though. I know that Debian-Edu does heavily, which makes it quite
> reasonable for you to want to install it, but I'm not sure it makes
> sense for Debian as a whole.
Note that I did not propose to install nscd on all Debian systems.
The list of packages I proposed to add for Debian as a whole was this
consolekit, dmidecode, ethtool, finger, fping, gdebi, hdparm, iftop,
iotop, less, libpam-ck-connector, lsscsi, memtest86, mtr-tiny,
ncftp, nmap, nullidentd (replacing pidentd), pciutils, procinfo,
psmisc, strace, tcpdump, tcptraceroute, traceroute, wget
> (Does nscd honor DNS TTLs properly yet? Last time I looked at it,
> its DNS caching was horribly broken, but it's been quite a while.)
I would recommend making sure nscd do not cache DNS entries.